This Thanksgiving, millions of Americans will sit down at the table and gawk over all the goodies they are planning to cram in their gullet. The holiday might seem as familiar as singing “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” during the “Seventh Inning Stretch” or packing a finger in ice that was blown off by a firework on the Fourth of July. However, like all traditions based on history and passed down through the ages, its genesis and story has been morphed and changed to fit the times.
Nothing announces your manliness to the universe more than taking a big ol’ swig of your favorite adult beverage from a pocket flask. This gargantuan flask, however, will make you the envy of every drunk in the world and probably will place you on some police watch list.
At the end of every football Sunday, we usually feel like we’ve taken an Aaron Rodgers pass to the midsection with no padding on. It usually has little to do with the amount of money we lost that day and more about the food we shove down our throats during eight hours of football viewing.
A knee surgery left Patrick Priebe with a ton of free time. So, one weekend, instead of keeping up with those Kardashians or giving himself early onset carpal tunnel in our babe section, Priebe decided to build a wrist-strapped crossbow out of stuff lying around his house.
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